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VIDEO: Low incidence of peripheral nerve injury found from positioning during spine surgery

CHICAGO — Gurpreet S. Gandhoke, MD, discussed results of a large database study presented at the American Association of Neurological Surgeons Annual Meeting. In the study, Gandhoke and colleagues l...

Peripheral Nerve Disorders After Cardiac Surgery

Following cardiac surgery, about 6% of patients will suffer a peripheral nerve injury, mostly due to compression, traction, or nerve ischemia. Proper patient positioning can prevent most of these in...

For some diabetics, obesity surgery may mean less eye and nerve damage

(Reuters Health) - Patients whose diabetes improves after weight-loss surgery may also be less likely to suffer complications like eye and nerve damage, a U.S. study suggests.

VIDEO: A look at deep temporal nerves as possible donors for face reanimation

CHICAGO — At the American Association of Neurological Surgeons Annual Meeting, Walavan Sivakumar, MD, spoke about a cadaveric study which assessed deep temporal nerves as possible nerve donors for f...

Higher percentage of fastballs pitched linked with increased risk of UCL injury

Although pitch velocity did not appear to be a direct risk factor for ulnar collateral ligament injury, Major League Baseball players who pitched a higher percentage of fastballs had an increased risk...

Higher eyelid asymmetry seen in patients with facial nerve palsy

Patients with facial nerve palsy had a higher eyelid asymmetry, and may have a need for contralateral ptosis surgery, according to recent data published in JAMA Facial Plastic Surgery.“Overall, it i...

Nerve transposition technique successful in facial paralysis

(HealthDay)—After facial paralysis, mobilization and transposition of the intratemporal segment of the facial nerve for end-to-side coaptation to the hypoglossal nerve can restore facial tone and sy...

Ipsilateral ulnar compression cuts radial artery occlusion

(HealthDay)—Radial artery occlusion (RAO) after transradial access (TRA) can be cut significantly with prophylactic ipsilateral ulnar compression, according to a study published in the Oct. 10 issue...

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Interrater Repeatability of Motor Nerve Conduction Velocity of the Ulnar Nerve.

The purpose of this study was to obtain data on interrater repeatability of the motor nerve conduction velocity (NCV) of the ulnar nerve of different segments, ulnar distal motor latency (DML), and co...

Two novel methods to assess ulnar nerve conduction across the elbow.

Nerve conduction studies (NCS) are used as an electrodiagnostic method for diagnosing ulnar neuropathy of the elbow (UNE). The purpose of this study was to determine normal and reliability values of a...

Association Between Gender, Body Mass Index And Ulnar Nerve Entrapment At The Elbow: A Retrospective Study.

Entrapment of the ulnar nerve is the second most common compression neuropathy in the upper extremity, but the etiology is multifactorial and still not clearly understood. We aimed to determine whethe...

Anatomical Cadaver Study of the Hotchkiss Over-the-Top Approach for Exposing the Anteromedial Facet of the Ulnar Coronoid Process: Critical Measurements and Implications for Protecting the Median Nerve.

To measure distances from anatomical landmarks to the median nerve, and estimate the length of the flexor-pronator/flexor carpi ulnaris (FCU) detachment necessary to expose the anteromedial facet of t...

Inter-rater reliability determination for two tests of ulnar nerve conduction across the elbow.

The inter-rater variability in determination of ulnar nerve conduction across the elbow compromises test accuracy. The extent of this variability is unknown.

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